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Clarkson and Magos (2006) provide their perspectives on the toxicology of mercury vapor and dental amalgam. As scientists who are involved in preparing a German federal guidline regarding dental amalgam, we welcome additional scientific data on this issue. However, Clarkson and Magos do not...
Propylene oxide (PO) is a DNA-reactive genotoxic agent; that is, it reacts with DNA to produce lesions in the genetic material. PO also induces tumors in rodents, although only at high concentrations and at portals of entry. This review of PO's genotoxicity profile is organized according to...
Oxidative (permanent) hair dyes contain one or several “primary intermediates” (e.g., p -phenylenediamines, p -aminophenols) and “couplers” (e.g., m -aminophenols, m -hydroxyphenols). In the presence of peroxide, the primary intermediate(s) and the coupler(s) undergo a chemical reaction...
“Would you tell me please, which way I ought to go from here,” asked Alice. “That depends a good deal on where you want to go to,” said the cat. (Lewis Carroll, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland ) A large number of epidemiological studies show positive correlations between increasing...
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